Petromin awarded internationally acclaimed certificate from American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
November 8, 2016

First and only company operating in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s lubricants Salesindustry to receive the recognition
Petromin Corporation announced that its Jeddah plant laboratory has received an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation from the globallyrenowned American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA).

The accreditation reflects the advanced capability of Petromin’s quality management and production systems, and its pioneering ability for products to perform to the highest worldwide standard as defined by ISO/IEC 17025:2015 Standard’sstringent criteriaof requirements for the competency of testing laboratories. Petromin was awarded the recognition following extensive testing of its lubricants and greases to evaluate their performance and resilience in a variety of extreme conditions.

Commenting on Petrominreceiving the accreditation, Samir Nawar, President and CEO of Petromin Corporation, commented: “The team at Petromin’s laboratory in Jeddah have many years of experience within the lubricants industry and the accreditation from A2LA is a testament to their leading expertise. This recognition serves as further evidence of Petromin’sability to perform as a world-class lubricants organization and our pioneering spirit which delivers the highest quality of lubricants to our customers.”

“Petromin’s Jeddah laboratory is the first and only lubricants manufacturer with this esteemed accreditation in Saudi Arabia, adding to the company’s innovative track record of success. Petromin is at theforefront of developing qualityproducts to meet the requirement ofall leading international equipmentmanufacturers and has established customer trust for offeringmotor oils which are proven to prolongengine life.”

A2LA is the largest US-based, multi-disciplinary accreditation body with a 35 year legacy of providing internationally-recognizedaccreditationsand quality control assessmentsin line with the requirements of ILAC (International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation)